Yes, it is true that the next phone from Honor is the Honor 7X, here is your first look at the phone to be announced on the 5th December in London. The screen on the Honor 7X is also visibly different from the Honor 6X’s, with is now has 18:9 ratio and 2160 x 1080 pixels for resolution, or Full HD+
The new Honor 7X is a 5.93-inch 2160 x 1080 pixel screen, the body of the phone is only 5.5 inches but with a 5.93-inch display.
Honor 7X’s specs speak mid-range language just like its price tag all I can say for now it’s under £300.
Body: metal and glass;
Screen: 5.93″ LTPS-LCD 18:9, Full HD+ resolution (407ppi); Gorilla Glass
Camera: 16 MP sensor + 2 MP sensor, 8 MP Front Camera
Video: Full HD recording
OS: EMUI 5.1, based on Android Nougat 7.0 (more on the update at a later date)
CPU: HiSilicon Kirin 659; octa-core CPU (4 x CortexA53 2.36GHz + 4 x CortexA53); Mali T830-MP2 GPU
Memory: 4GB of RAM
64GB storage (microSD slot available up to 256GB)
micro USB (no USB Type C),
With the dual cameras on the back come with a 16 MP + 2 MP sensors, mostly for portrait improvements like bokeh effect.
The first impressions are overwhelmingly positive, with performance and style for the right (price to be revealed soon) – the Honor 7X is shaping up as a solid midrange device for under £300 (more information at a later date).
Stay tuned for the full Honor 7X review, along with all coverage from the launch event on 5th December 5.